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Depressed areas of the south Transdanubia and their development problems


, : Depressed areas of the south Transdanubia and their development problems. Szaktanacsok ( 1/2): 41-42

The particular problems of Hungary's economically depressed region of south Transdanubia, e.g. aging population, declining income levels, under-developed agriculture, poor infrastructure etc., are discussed and suggestions made to improve the regional economy.

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